The Future is Black: Cultivating Potential into Power through Strategic Entrepreneurship and Workforce Development
Whether 1619 or today, Black labor, its value, and its devaluation continue to be the steadfast fuel of American economic prosperity. And as automation and globalization increasingly shift the terms of the economic playing field, it is more critical than ever that Black people are prepared to lay claim to the wealth that our labor has always underwritten. This panel will explore the most promising sectors of tomorrow, and how to adequately infuse our communities with the knowledge, capital, and high-demand skills to achieve lasting mobility and power.
Dr. Angela Jackson